Founder at ThemeGrill. Started WordPress in early 2012. Knows how to design and code. In my free time, I occupy myself with movies, friends, online games like Dota 2 and many more random stuffs. Follow me on twitter at @sanjipshah.
This post is recently updated including the latest guidelines for creating WordPress Child theme.
Many of us want to customize something in theme. Are you also looking to add or edit something in the theme that you are using? If yes, then you have come to the right place, my friend. This post is a simple and comprehensive tutorial on creating a WordPress child theme.
If the theme has lots of customization options then this might help fulfill your needs. But regardless of how many options may be available, there can still be something that the current theme you have is unable to do or is not the way you like. So, if you are comfortable with codes and WordPress then you may dive into the theme files and start editing it spending some minutes, hours to add the changes that you like into the theme, only to discover you have lost those changes when your theme’s next update rolls around.
Today, we are very excited to announce the release of our brand new WordPress theme Esteem.
Esteem is a clean multipurpose responsive WordPress theme designed to fit business, portfolio, blogging or any type of site. The theme supports custom header, custom background, custom widgets, page templates and has built in options panel to configure primary color, site logo, slider, sidebar layout and 3 blog layout. It’s also fully compatible with popular plugins like contact Form 7, WP PageNavi and Breadcrumb Navxt and is translation ready. Read more